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Theo - Story 2, Chapter 2 Arrows of light flitted through the threes as the sun crawled up morning sky. Campren was overjoyed to finally have some sunlight; he'd been having a great deal of difficulty keeping up with Theo in the dark without tripping on the ferns and vines that littered the forest floor.
"Can we stop and rest for a minute?" Campren asked in between gasps for breath. "You wouldn't believe how much walking I've done these past few days."
He was already regretting his choice to tag along with Theo. He realized in retrospect that he should have expected things to get rough when Theo had opted to take a shortcut through a tropical forest
Theo - Story 2, Chapter 1 Once again, it was Campren's wedding day. The sun streamed elegantly through the stained glass windows of the church, creating a kaleidoscope effect that filled the entire room--just as it had at the actual wedding. But this wedding day and the real one were radically different.
For one thing, none of the people present had attended the real wedding. They'd all been dead at the time. Campren's parents, grandparents, friends, dentist, physical therapist, psychiatric therapist, mailman, alcoholic neighbor, and dozens of others all sat happily in the church pews. It was as if they'd never been dead at all, though some had passed a
Theo - Story 2, Introduction "There you have it," Knives declared proudly as she leaned against the recently commandeered stagecoach. "A vehicle and an identity, just like you asked for. What do you think?"
"Everything's perfect," the strapping stranger said softly, tipping his hat. "Thank you, Miss Knives. You have my eternal gratitude."
"Yeah, yeah. Now, where's the 'priceless treasure' that you promised me?"
"Right here," the stranger responded as handed a gleaming sword to Knives. "It's called the Sword of Reinn. It's shockingly lightweight and
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